James Ward


B&C Morning Show: Monday’s Podcast and MOTD

Today’s moment involved one of Craig’s Twitter haters. Craig’s mood completely changed for the better when he found out that the guy who insulted him has an interesting profession.


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B&C Morning Show: Boomer’s Chicago Trip (Without Jerry Or Craig)

Boomer is heading to Chicago to broadcast the Monday Night Football game, and apparently last week he invited Craig and Jerry to join him.


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Boomer & Carton: What To Watch And Bart Scott’s Ineptitude

Al and Eddie argued that you can just watch baseball highlights in the morning instead of watching the game — while Boomer and Craig seemed disgusted with this idea.


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B&C Morning Show: Jerry Recco’s First Update; Negativity In The Twitterverse

Craig started the segment by mentioning all the negative tweets he received about his Jets rant to start the show.


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B&C Morning Show: Jets And Giants — A Tale Of Two Teams

Boomer and Craig kicked off Monday morning’s radio program with lots of football talk.


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Ward: Pettitte Gets The Best Of Harper

Saturday afternoon, Pettitte and the Yanks squared off against Harper and the Nats, and Pettitte made sure it was an afternoon Harper wouldn’t forget.


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Ward: Phil Hughes Can Be An Ace For Yankees

If the Yankees want to contend this year, they desperately need someone to anchor the starting rotation behind CC Sabathia. With his effort on Sunday, Hughes gave us hope that he can be the guy.


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Ward: Lack Of Depth And Star Production In Yanks’ Lineup Is Reason For Average Start

Why do the Yankees look so mediocre? Anyone who has watched the Yankees this year knows that they haven’t hit with men on base. As a team, the club is hitting just .223 with runners in scoring position.


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Ward: Yankees’ Derek Jeter Playing Like It’s 1999

Is it 1999? Did Derek Jeter bathe in the fountain of youth in the offseason? He sure is playing like it. Actually, he’s playing better. Since Jeter collected his 3,000th hit, he has hit like a player in his prime, not in his decline.


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Ward: Can Michael Pineda Return To Form After Injury?

Michael Pineda will be sidelined for at least a year as he is expected to have shoulder surgery to repair a labral tear. Will this severe shoulder injury hurt his velocity or will he return to the pitcher he was in 2011?